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251 Enamel Doorplate “STAFF ONLY” BR(M). Excellent condition. Looks ex store 18″ x 3 1/2″. Make An Offer
252 Enamel Door Plate “PRIVATE” BR(E). Deep colour, little flat. A few restored chips. £70.00
253 Enamel Sign “Beware of Trains” BR FF. Very good colour & shine, ship to RH top edge and edge nibbles. 27″ x 4″. £50.00
254 2 x D Wagon Plates , as pictured. Repainted. £50.00
255 1 x Cast iron Sleeper Numbers Make An Offer
256 BR QR Poster, framed & glazed, depicts New London Midland Electric Loco passing Wilmslow Signal Box, Cheshire. Loose in mount. v.g.c. £190.00
257 Home Signal Arm Blade, complete with aspect glasses. Ex service condition. £50.00
258 Original Boxed Set of All Section of the Macclesfield, Bollington & Marple Railway Engineers Drawings, used by J G Forsyth. The outer box is well worn with both ends in open state. NOTE: All maps are in pristine condition, This item pre dates 1898 as the spur connecting this line to the LNWR line at Middlewood is not noted. Over 130 yrs old at least. Ultra rare. 5 3/4″ x 10″. £530.00
259 Plan of “The Thames Haven Tide Dock and Railway” on linen. 30″ x 20″ 1846. Incorporated 1836 to build from Romford to Small Haven, then a lobster fishing village , full history of the line accompanies this lot. v.g.c. Make An Offer
260 Locomotive Worksplate “Built 1948 Horwich”, as carried by Stanier Class 5 MT Loco 44715, allocations included Rugby, Crewe South, Workington, Trafford Park, withdrawn in 1968. Locos built at Horwich this year were 23 x Ivatt Moguls and 20 x Stanier Class 5s. Embossed cast iron. Repainted face, clean back. £160.00
261 Wagon Plate “Owners S.T.S ..76 Brompton Road Storage & Transport Systems, London SW3 No. 1025”. Repainted face, clean back. £30.00
262 2 x Volumes “LNER CANAL ACTS VOLUME 6, 18, 19”. Very old. “Chesterfield 1769″, plus a copy of the Stainforth & Keadby Canal Act 1793” Very rare artefact. Make An Offer
263 2 x 1st World War Service Lapel Badges “Glasgow & South Western Railway” “Railway Service”, stamped to back “W2041” “W2914”, also makers name “JA Wylie & Co London”. v.g.c. Make An Offer
264 Small group of items, 2 x pay tallys, 1 x enamel badge “British Railways Touring Club, Transport Hotels Teaspoon and an unopened bag of “National Transport Tokens Ltd £1.50 worth of tokens in 3p’s Make An Offer
265 DR Letterpress Poster “Special Notice 5th January Closure of Birch Vale Hayfield Stations on the Hayfield Branch also High Lane, Higher Poynton, Bollington Stations on the Macclesfield, Bollington & Marple Line”. v.g.c. £60.00
266 LMS 10″ Roundhead Wall Clock, face written “LMS”. Complete with pendulum & key, in full working order. £210.00
267 Great Western Railway Post War domed Top 3 aspect Handlamp, body stamped “GWR” complete with correct vessel & burner, all glasses good. v,g,c, £40.00
268 Original artwork, oil on board by Eric Bottomley, Manchester Corporation Tram Car No.267 in the city centre. ‘267’ was built by Brush in 1903. This image is of pre 1st WW era. Excellently painted, attractively framed. Image 12″ x 15 1/2″. Make An Offer
269 EPNS 1 Pint Tankard, engraved “GWR Hotels”. Very nice, straight condition. No dents or dings. £60.00
270 Superb model of Richard Trevithick’s Penydarren Locomotive, made in stainless steel, all wheels and cogs rotate freely, displayed on a wooden ebonised stand with a £2 inset, commemorating this historic loco, also plate attached stating “The 200th Anniversary of Richard Trevithick’s Steam Locomotive 1804-2004. Model without stand is 6″ x 4 1/2”. Really nice desktop ornament. On the 21st February 1804, the worlds 1st ever railway journey ran 9 miles from the iron works at Penydarren to the Merthyr-Cardiff Canal, South Wales, this makes Richard Trevithick the true father of railways and not George Stephenson. Make An Offer
271 Midland Railway Platform Seats, Approx 10 ft long. These 3 x seats were retrieved from Stockport Tiviot Dale Station on closure by the vendor who installed them at his miniature railway at Brookside Garden Centre, Poynton, Cheshire. The names on the back rails are not correct although original LNWR letters applied by the vendor for the miniature railway use. Originally these would have had “Stockport” on the back rail in similar metal letters. Two are in very good condition, the third one has got some rot to the back rail which needs replacing. All reside on a station in Cheshire in daily use. Buyers to collect from the station, arrangement to be made through GNRA, on all three lots. 271, 272, 273. Make An Offer
272 Midland Railway Platform Seat in use on station. see lot 271 for more info. Make An Offer
273 Midland Railway Platform Seat stored in waiting room, has damage to back rail, in good order otherwise. Make An Offer
274 Locomotive Worksplate “LMS Built 1893 Horwich”, Locos built this year were 54 x Aspinall Class 11 0-6-0 Tender Engines, 20 x Aspinall Class 1008 2-4-2 Tank Engines, 6 x Aspinall Class 1153 0-4-0 Saddle Tank Engines, 4 x Aspinall Class 1093 4-4-0 Tender Engines. Embossed cast brass, face void of paint. Back clean, ex loco. £260.00
275 2nd World War era 3 aspect Hand Lamp with bullseye lens, vessel & burner absent, aspect glasses present. Make An Offer
276 LNWR 3 aspect Hand Lamp, complete with LMS stamped vessel, all glasses etc. Medium size. v.g.c. Make An Offer
277 War Department pattern 3 aspect Handlamp, complete with all fittings. v.g.c. Make An Offer
278 BR 3 aspect Handlamp, body embossed “BR”, Complete with all fittings. v.g.c. £20.00
279 Group of four L&Y stamped pay tins, also 4 x pay tallies, 1 x L&YR, 3 x LNWR, 1 x GWR. Nice little lot. Make An Offer
280 London South Western Railway Wall Lamp, copper plated “WENFORD”, Wenford is located on the Bodmin and Wadebridge Railway, being a terminus this mainly mineral railway pre dated the mainline to London by 25 years. Very rare pattern wall lamp, with its elongated curved copper reflection. Complete with burner and glass funnel. Make An Offer
281 Cheshire Lines Committee Hanging Lamp, “Cheshire Lines 171 Skelton Junc Shunters Cabin”. Complete with burner, filler cap and glass funnel. Skelton Junction is located on the CLT at Timperley, Cheshire near Altrincham and was a rather complex junction of line. Very rare lamp, excellent condition. £230.00
282 Signal Box Telephone, complete in very good condition, with accompanying bell codes. framed & glazed. Make An Offer
283 Shed Plate “89D” Oswestry 1961-1963. Ex Cambrian Dept with an allocation of approx 40 locos. Ex loco condition. Make An Offer
284 Shed Plate “6H” Bangor 1952-1965. Ex LNWR Depot with an allocation of approx 30 locos. Ex loco condition. £130.00
285 Shed Plate “6J” Holyhead 1952-1967. Ex LNWR Depot with an allocation of approx. 20 locos. Many famous locos called this home over the years, Britannias, Scots, Jubilees and Patriots. Ex loco condition. £110.00
286 Shed Plate “27E” Walton on the Hill 1950-1960. Ex CLC Depot with an allocation of approx. 20 locos. Ex loco condition. £200.00
287 Shed Plate “27B” Aintree 1950-1963. Ex L&YR Depot with an allocation of approx.40 locos. Ex loco condition. £170.00
288 Buffer Stop Lamp BR(M). Complete with vessel & burner, very good bullseye lens. Ex service condition. £40.00
289 LMS Austerity Loco Headlamp, Highland (R) pattern. Complete with red flip over lens and all fittings. v.g.c. £150.00
290 Dead Stock Lamp, embossed BR(W) to chimney. Triangular form, clear square front lens. Complete with vessel & burner. v.g.c. £60.00
291 LMS L&Y pattern Splitter Lamp, embossed “LMS” to body, also painted to body “C&W DEPT SOUTHPORT”. Complete with vessel & burner, both red bullseye lens. v.g.c. Rare lamp. Make An Offer
292 BR L&Y Pattern Splitter Lamp, complete with vessel & burner, both red bullseye lenses in good condition. v.g.c. £40.00
293 BR(E) NER pattern 3 aspect loco lamp. Complete with all fittings. Make An Offer
294 BR Caledonian Pattern Protection Lamp, complete with fore & aft vessel & burner. Very good red bulls eye lens. £60.00
295 Private Owners 3 aspect handlamp, plated “Lowrance & Barnsley”, suppliers to local coal & steel industry. Complete with all fittings. v.g.c. £80.00
296 Manchester Ship Canal 3 aspect handlamp, stamped “MSC” on back blade. Complete with all fittings. v.g.c. £50.00
297 BR Stock Lamp, with protective lens bars. Complete with all fittings. £50.00
298 Carriage Print “TSS Duke of Lancaster”, from a watercolour by Buckle, LM D Series, original type frame, glazed. v.g.c. £30.00
299 Carriage Print “Eccleston Ferry Cheshire”, from a watercolour by Knight from the LMRB Series, none original frame, glazed. v.g.c. £30.00
300 Collection of Edmondson Tickets – various destinations. framed & glazed. £220.00